Batch

Batch may refer to:

Food and drink
  • Batch (alcohol), an alcoholic fruit beverage
  • Batch loaf, a type of bread popular in Ireland
  • A dialect term for a bread roll used in Nuneaton and Coventry, England. The same term is also widely used on the Wirral.
  • Small batch, bourbon whiskey blended from selected barrels
  • Wiser's Small Batch, a Canadian whisky made in limited batches by Corby Distillery Ltd, Belleville, Ontario, Canada
Manufacturing and technology
  • Batch distillation, the use of distillation in batches
  • Batch oven, a furnace used for thermal processing
  • Batch production, a manufacturing technique
  • Batch reactor, a type of vessel widely used in the process industries
  • Economic batch quantity, a measure used to determine the quantity of units that can be produced at minimum average costs in a given batch or production run
  • Fed-batch, a biotechnological batch process
  • Glass batch calculation, the determination of the correct mix of raw materials for a glass melt
  • Sequencing batch reactor, an industrial processing tank for the treatment of wastewater
  • Batching & mixing plants, used in concrete production
Computer science
  • Batch (Unix), a command to queue jobs for later execution
  • Batch Enhancer, an applet launched by Norton Utilities to graphically enhance the presentation of batch files
  • Batch file, a text file containing a series of commands intended to be executed in DOS, OS/2, and Microsoft Windows
  • Batch Monitor, a software program created by Apple Computer for viewing and monitoring encoding tasks
  • Batch processing, the execution of a series of programs on a computer without human interaction
  • Batch renaming, the process of renaming multiple computer files and folders in an automated fashion
  • DEC BATCH-11/DOS-11, a computer operating system developed by Digital Equipment Corporation
  • Portable Batch System, computer software that performs job scheduling
  • Spring Batch, an open source framework for batch processing
People
  • Baron Batch (born 1987), American football running back
  • Emil Batch (1880–1926), American baseball player
  • Colin Batch (born 1958), Australian hockey player
  • Charlie Batch (born 1974), American football quarterback
Places
  • Barns Batch Spinney, a geological Site of Special Scientific Interest near Dundry, Somerset, England
  • Beacon Batch, the summit area of Black Down, the highest hill in the Mendip Hills, Somerset, England
Miscellaneous
  • Batch (album), an album by pop-punk band Big Drill Car
  • Bach (New Zealand), pronounced "batch", a type of beach holiday home found in New Zealand

Other articles related to "batch":

Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey
... Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey is a 94 proof, small-batch whiskey distilled in Denver, Colorado ... Ten to twelve barrels are combined to make each batch consisting of 2500-3000 bottles ... label is hand written identifying the distiller, batch number, the youngest barrel in the batch and a unique comment ...
Said Ali Al-Shihri - Repatriation
... Saudis repatriated on 9 November 2007 with al-Shihri, "batch 10" ... He wrote that the BBC's research had found this batch to be a problematic cohort, and that al Shiri and four other men from this batch were named on the Saudi most wanted list ...
Spring Batch
... Spring Batch is an open source framework for batch processing ... comprehensive solution designed to enable the development of robust batch applications, which are often found in modern enterprise systems ... Spring Batch builds upon the POJO-based development approach of the Spring Framework ...
Longmynd - Valleys Hollows and Batches
... Ashes Hollow Barristers Batch Bilbatch Broadhill Dale Burnells Brook Callow Hollow Carding Mill Valley Catbatch Brook Cwmdale Devils Mouth Hollow Gogbatch Grindle Hollow Hawkham ...

Famous quotes containing the word batch:

    And so it goes, back and forth, good church-members all, which means that their banter contains nothing off-color, and by the same token, nothing that was coined later than the first batch of buffalo nickels.
    Robert Benchley (1889–1945)

    Do you not know that a little yeast leavens the whole batch of dough?
    Bible: New Testament, 1 Corinthians 5:6.